Huawei Caught Faking DSLR images as Smartphone Pictures in Huawei Nove 3i Commercial

It seems that Huawei has not learnt a lesson and has again made the same mistake intentionally. Just two years back, Huawei was caught for misguiding their users i.e; for a passing of DSLR images as photo captured by P9 Smartphone. Once again Huawei is under scrutiny for Faking DSLR images as Smartphone Picture in Huawei Nove 3i Commercial.

Huawei Nove 3i Commercial: Faking People for DSLR images as Nova 3i Shot

The tech giant, Huawei is in heat once again as Huawei shows certain pictures in Nove 3i commercial to be taken by the device however behind the scenes photo proves that’s not the case. The video of the commercial is 30 seconds long which shows scenes in which the subjects snap photos using various built-in camera features, including beauty, HDR and AI modes.

Here the Huawei Nove 3i Commercial:

There isn’t mentioned in commercial that the images are captured with Huawei’s smartphone but it is obvious from the plot that they want everyone to believe it.

Huawei Nove 3i Commercial.

A good critic will realize that the images are not captured from the Nova 3i. However for an evidence, above image clearly shows that actor was holding his hand out to make it appear as though he’s holding a phone when in reality the scene was being shot with a Canon DSLR.

This image was uploaded by Sarah Elshamy, an actress in the advert on her Instagram. She abruptly deleted it ( maybe someone from Huawei asked her to do so).

Huawei is very good for leaving a room for leniency as they have not mentioned in the advert that the images were taken from Huawei Nove 3i. However, they have also0 not mentioned that images are shot by DSLR. In Short, it is very disappointing to know that a smartphone giant can mislead their customers with such worst advert.

Also Read: Huawei Nova 3i Launched Officially with Kirin 710

Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.
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